On Wednesday evening, the supermodel stepped out for the Chopard Loves Cinema Gala dinner in a bold ball gown that included details reminiscent of the 19th century, including a voluminous skirt, a fitted bodice, and puff sleeves. The black-and-white stripes that covered the off-the-shoulder sleeves and skirt provided a stark contrast to the plain black bodice, which was adorned with a white flower at the center. She topped off the look with black pointed heels.
Other accessories further added a feminine touch to her look, such as a white hair bow and her glittering diamond necklace, rings, and earrings.
Yesterday, Hadid made a flashy arrival at Cannes in two vintage Versace looks.
First, celeb stylist Law Roach dressed her in a sleek black gown from the Italian fashion house’s spring 1987 collection. The strapless dress had a body-hugging mermaid silhouette and featured a drape detailing at the waist that tied into a large bow at her back.
Later, Hadid changed into yet another Versace dress, this one from the house’s fall 2001 ready-to-wear runway. The long-sleeved, skintight look included a plunging neckline, hip cutouts, and tan leather details at the waist.
Though Hadid hasn’t worked with a full-time stylist in years, she typically taps Roach for his sartorial expertise when it comes to bigger red-carpet events. Recently, the duo worked together to pull a 1959-era Dior gown for a gala appearance held in New York City this past April.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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